Tiffany Trump got engaged to a ‘Nigerian millionaire’ at the White House

Tuesday was the Grifter Family’s last full day in the White House. By most accounts, Donald Trump has spent the bulk of the transition period in the White House Residence, watching TV and whining to anyone who will listen. I imagine all of his crotch critters were at the White House yesterday, trying to steal artwork, silverware or office supplies. We know for sure that Tiffany Trump was at the WH, and we know because Tiffany’s boyfriend, “Nigerian multi-millionaire Michael Boulos” proposed to her and they posed for their engagement photos at the White House.

Nigerian multi-millionaire Michael Boulos proposed to Tiffany Trump in the Rose Garden at the White House before presenting her with a massive diamond ring, sources told Page Six. Boulos, 23, popped the question to Tiffany, 27, after the couple flew in from Miami, where they had been spotted soaking up the winter sun over the past few weeks.

It’s unclear whether Boulos asked President Trump for his permission, but a source said that the fact they were at the White House for the proposal means it’s “highly likely” he did.

A White House source told Page Six: “The family is delighted.” Tiffanys’ mom — and the President’s second wife — Marla Maples posted her own message of congratulations to the couple on Instagram on Tuesday. She wrote: “Celebrating God’s endless blessing of love…May God’s blessings & love always light your path. Love you so much, mom.”

As we reported, the couple have been looking at property in Miami after spending time at the swanky Setai in South Beach.

[From Page Six]

If you are anything like me, you are probably thinking to yourself “I wonder if ‘Nigerian multi-millionaire Michael Boulos’ is some kind of money laundering scheme by the Trumps.” I have no idea but *something* is definitely fishy (it could just be Tiff, to be fair). I swear to God, I was trying to find out how long Tiffany has been with Boulos and Town & Country wrote it this way: “The pair hit it off as “friends, almost instantly,” before things turned romantic in late 2018. Despite reports that they met last summer at Lindsay Lohan’s club in Greece, Lohan Beach House Mykonos, our source says that’s not the case.” OH MY GOD. Can you imagine having to dispute the claim that you met your fiance at Lindsay Lohan’s cracked-out Mykonos club, which doesn’t even exist anymore?!!?

Anyway congrats to them or whatever. It will end in tears, recriminations and prison time, I have no doubt.

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Photos courtesy of Tiffany’s Instagram.

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  1. Mignionette says:

    Lol a Lebanese Naija

    I thought Nigeria was sh!t hole country ?

    • Ariel says:

      That only counts for the black people.
      The colonialists who stole all the resources from those countries are A-ok.

    • marehare says:

      Someone needs to tell Tiffany that her hair extensions look cheap and her makeup looks awful. Poor girl gained a ton of weight and isn’t looking very good. She looks cheesy as does her much older sister Idumbka.

  2. lobstah says:

    Is that who’s been emailing me for money all these years?!

    • Aphra says:

      HAhahahahahah!

    • SamC says:

      That was the running joke this morning walking the dogs with a couple neighbors. That, and we know who Donald’s new favorite daughter will be since everyone else seems to be cutting off finding to him.

    • Mac says:

      The Boulos fortune is legit, which means Tiffany will be the only one who is actually rich.

      • Anna says:

        “Legit” like how…? As someone from Nigeria, I seriously side-eye all of this.

      • PrincessK says:

        How is the Boulos fortune legit? How did they make their money? I know that they have links with a French country trading in Nigeria…..hmmm

    • Bibi says:

      @Lobstah
      Wow. The prejudice and bias in these comments are astonishing. Nigerians aren’t all con artists just as not all White people are racist. Ignorance is not an excuse.

      • Arpeggi says:

        But no one associate with the Trumps but con artists, that’s what is implied here

      • Lizzythe2 says:

        It’s not prejudice. It is well known that scams have come out of Nigeria and people here are just making fun of that. It’s a JOKE! But seriously, people have been legitimately scammed by these “Nigerian Princes”.

  3. ojulia123 says:

    So that happened. Okay.

  4. Christine says:

    What shady stuff is this announcement trying to keep from getting attention? Trump’s last minute pardons?

  5. heygingersnaps says:

    her makeup in the black lace dress photo is tragic to put it lightly. She’s slowly starting to look like !vanka, just a few surgeries and weight loss to go and she’ll be a clone of her sister’s.

    • Aphra says:

      How bitchy are we allowed to be here? I mean, those thick ankles are not a factor of weight loss; she’s just a potato. And her makeup is embarrassing; like a little girl playing dress up.

      • heygingersnaps says:

        the gloves are off when it comes to this grifter family.

      • GreenEyes says:

        For some reason everytime I see Tiffany’s photos I see a shorter stockier version of that muppet character Janice. Though that is an insult to Janice.

      • tmbg says:

        I want to know what happened. Marla was/is fairly attractive. Dump was sort of average in his younger years before the hideous hair and spray tan. What happened to Tiffany?

      • Züri says:

        Happy to jump on here…she looks a hell of a lot like a blow up doll. Looks like she’s bought into the cult, too.

      • MoonTheLoon says:

        @tmbg- Tale as old as time- two conventionally attractive people have a kid that wouldn’t be considered that attractive. I like to blame Donald’s cesspool genes. Her and Ivanka are certainly more attractive than their brothers, save for Barron.

      • Yup, Me says:

        She looks like she got all the least attractive elements of both parents and they fit together poorly on her particular face/frame. I had a friend who had the same thing happen. She used to joke, “People always think mixed people are a gorgeous combination of their parents’ most attractive features and I just came out funny looking.”

      • mish-mash says:

        She’s really sad….actually funny looking….poor thing…

    • AnnaKist says:

      But not ever enough like Ivanka for daddy to think she’s as special as his first-born, favourite daughter.

      • Oh Yes says:

        Marla maples was a natural beauty in her day- kind of holistic & new age. How did she spawn a plastic bratz doll ?!?

    • Holly hobby says:

      That engagement photo at our house looks bad. Her legs look like stumps. I think she has awkward body parts. Like the puzzle pieces don’t fit.

      On the other hand, Michael either run away or have an iron clad prenup. These crooks will go after your fortune too.

      • Rhonda says:

        i am as anti-Trump as they come but I don’t excuse the nastiness about people’s looks in the comments here. Some (most?) of us are not picture perfect and just see the nastiness being unleashed for what it is. An excuse for people to judge a woman based on her looks, which is the lowest common denominator of insults. Tiffany Trump has proved that she is not better than the rest of her family but the worst things about her don’t relate to her legs, her plastic surgery, etc. Rise above this.

      • Holly hobby says:

        @rhonda. Sorry I don’t feel like standing in solidarity with her just because she’s a woman. I can think of a lot of uncharitable things to say about her looks but my comments here are actually mild.

        If she disowned her family or just did her own thing people wouldn’t be making fun of her. However she went all in with that creep family and she benefitted from it (security paid by us) so no one will be sparing her about her looks.

        The rump recessive gene is strong on all those kids. They got hit with the big ole ugly stick. There is still hope for Baron.

    • E.D says:

      That eye makeup is a nightmare.

      And for tmbg who asked ‘what happened’, it’s the Trump genes shining on through. There really is no escaping them, even with fake hair, fake nails, fake eyelashes, implants AND surgery.

  6. SarahCS says:

    Wow the jokes just write themselves don’t they, and that was before Lindsay Lohan was mentioned.

    I love to think that he did ask Trump for his permission – caption competition for most likely response. I’ll start….

    Tiffany who?

    I really don’t care, do u?

  7. josephine says:

    Her WH engagement picture is so not what I think of as an engagement pic – she’s wearing all black, which seems kinda somber, especially with the cut of the dress/suit, and they’re so far away in the pic. The Christmas tree pic is so much nicer although that was either some years ago or they photoshopped the heck out of it as they both look like different people in it.

  8. BnLurkN4eva says:

    The header picture looks like a doll head. That’s all I’ve got.

    • Ang says:

      It really does! An actual Barbie doll head

    • Ceej says:

      Yes!

      But like… the skipper head instead of Ivanka’s Barbie head.

      Skipper – barbie’s forgotten sister: shorter, not the same “perfect” form and they kind of made her head rounder to help show her as younger than Barbie.

      Fits! :D (I am a terrible person today)

      • BnLurkN4eva says:

        I’ll join you because today is Petty Wednesday and Trump and his crew are out. While I know things won’t magically be perfect, just knowing there’s someone leading this country who has a heart and a soul and has shown he cares for people is a great start.

      • Lexilla says:

        Complicit Skipper.

    • smcollins says:

      That completely stood out to me, too. Taking a page (or 2…or 3…) out of the Kardashian photo filtering handbook it seems. Wow.

  9. Mireille says:

    My tea is getting cold so I need to go make a fresh pot this morning. That’s all I got to say about this couple’s engagement.

    • AnnaKist says:

      Ahhh, a lady who knows what is really important in life. 🫖 ☕️ And we now have a teapot emoji!

  10. Stacy Dresden says:

    Eww

  11. mar says:

    That Christmas tree is beautiful. Thats all I got.

  12. Talia says:

    If he is a genuine billionaire and it’s not some scam and the marriage goes ahead, I bet Ivanka will be fuming – her little sister being better off than her is NOT ACCEPTABLE. Also, Tiffany isn’t looking at criminal charges. There are advantages to not being Daddy’s favourite!

  13. Size Does Matter says:

    Can the woman not stand upright without her legs crossed? I get it she’s posing to look thinner but it’s so ridiculous and unnatural looking. Kind of a metaphor I suppose.

    • Noodle says:

      Now I can’t un-see this. You’re right. Every. Single. Picture.

    • atorontogal says:

      Maybe she is trying to appear “less hippy” – poor girl did not get her mom’s figure!

    • Julia says:

      I always feel a little bad for Tiffany. She looks fine, but (unlike her older sister) like she still has her original face. Which, again, is a totally okay face! But any woman associated with the Trumps is probably legally required to stuff their feet into four inch stilettos, maintain a perfect blowout at all times, and pose in bizarre angles. I remember seeing a video clip of Melania’s elderly mother, walking across grass(!!!) in spike heels. I can’t imagine growing up in an environment where femininity was defined in such a dated and restrictive way, and–even when you follow all the “rules”–still have the world act like you’re not good enough. I’m all for attacking her for being complicit with her horrible family and/or ignoring the pandemic, but NOT for being a size 8 (tops!) who hasn’t had half her face rebuilt.

    • E.D says:

      Yeah she’s working her ‘best angles’.
      Must be exhausting being so self-aware all the time although to be fair, engagement photos are a big deal.

  14. TIffany says:

    A 23 year old colonizer just got engaged to the child that wanted to be forgotten in the hopes he can get access to there traitorous father, who did not even want her. Worst honey pot plot ever.

    Yeah, good luck with that.

    • PrincessK says:

      Lebanese in Nigeria were not colonisers, they just took advantage of making a lot of money in Nigeria. Someone needs to write a book about the Lebanese in west Africa.

  15. mellie says:

    You know what’s interesting to me is that she was raised by her mom and sooo close to her MOM, but when it’s time to get her big ole face out there and all the exposure and the most “special day of her life”…where’s her mom? What a damn fake. She just had to get those pics at the White House, didn’t she?
    I originally felt sorry for her, but she’s just like the rest. Probably a pos like all of the others.

  16. Nina Simone says:

    Nigerian American here!

    Nigeria has experienced decades of Lebanese nationals going there and establishing shady businesses or tax hubs to get wealthy – all at the expense of natives (see: Foreign privilege, Westen entitlement, White privilege). It’s a huge problem and I’m not surprised a person like Michael would willingly marry into the trump criminal family. Birds of a feather…

    • Nicole says:

      Thank you for explaining this. I was trying to figure it out. The legacy of colonialism lives on.

      • Hej says:

        It’s living on and it’s “evolving” with contracts with china. I didn’t know about lebannon but China is really colonizing many places with debt trap contracts

    • Lulu says:

      Sorry, but your comment is prejudiced against Lebanese people. All the Lebanese-Nigerians I know are extremely hardworking and brilliant individuals who escaped the civil war and started from nothing in Nigeria, or that literally took any money they had and used it to start businesses in their new country, and slowly built up their fortunes the hard way. Many of them have been murdered by Nigerians, out of jealousy, even when they have been nothing but kind and generous with the country’s people and law-abiding. They’ve created jobs and opportunities for thousands of Nigerians – which is something Nigeria fails to do for its own citizens. I understand the contempt towards all the Trumps but please do not pin Nigeria’s problems on its immigrants. It is a country full of immigrants of all ethnicities, most of whom arrived there in the last 30 years and have nothing to do with the British Colonists.

    • Anna says:

      @Nina Simone Yup. tbh, I get nauseous thinking about some things I experienced with Lebanese men in Nigeria. Significant trauma and there are many Nigerian women who have, too. Sleep with Nigerian girls then import a virgin when it’s time to marry. It’s ugly, and many of them really lord it over Nigerian people, even if they were born and raised there. Many act like the elite class, do whatever they want, and treat Nigerians like trash.

      And yes @Lulu absolutely, there are some who are hard-working and make positive contributions, for sure, and who did that after escaping war and have been born and raised in the country and integrated in terms of friendships and such. I have had friends amongst such folks growing up, but if you are Black/Nigerian, you are still kept at a distance, at best. The realities of abuse, elitism, and disrespect are there. I’m not supporting people’s ignorant assumptions, I’m speaking from broad experience over many years.

    • Lanie says:

      Yup. He’s a total scumbag, so he fits right into the Trump family.

      I’m guessing Tiff had to find someone with money quick. Her gravy train is over since Donald doesn’t have to pay any more child/education support with her graduating from Georgetown Law (with no job). Someone has to financially support her and Marla.

    • PrincessK says:

      Nina Simone…speaks the truth.

  17. Becks1 says:

    Something about this feels…..off. I dont know. Whatever. Be best Tiffany.

  18. Tom says:

    Someone is in desperate need of a makeunder. Mood board: Jeep commercial.

  19. Miranda says:

    The Christmas tree photo makes me laugh, I guess because of the rope there. Like, her dad was President, but he cares so little about her that she and her fiance still had to pose on the wrong side of a velvet rope like all the other peasant tourists at the White House. I mean, he definitely would’ve moved it for Ivanka, right?

    • PrincessK says:

      I feel sorry for Tiffany, she seems to overcompensate with the hair and make up. It must be awful having a father who so publicly shows a preference for her older sister. You can’t choose your parents.

  20. Tim Peterson says:

    I’d marry anyone to get a new last name, if I was her

  21. Angie says:

    Tiffany coulda just sat there and ate her food. But instead she went full grifter and now she deserves to go where the rest of that horrible family is going. I remember public conception of her was pretty decent as someone not raised by Donald but she completely pissed that away.

    • MoonTheLoon says:

      Her and Marla clung on for all the perks and benefits that Donald’s new position provided. Have we forgotten that one story about how Marla was a complete jackass to her hair dressers for the inauguration?

  22. Meg says:

    The picture used to click on this article i thought was photoshopped her head looks like an anime cartoon mishapen?

  23. emma says:

    I thought the trumps were racist and.now she is marrying an Arab? what must trumps white supporters think

  24. Ariel says:

    Um, guys, did her dad sell her?

  25. jferber says:

    How soon will it be before Daddy starts grifting off her new billionaire? Is this how she’ll capture Daddy’s heart? With dollar signs? I’d cut him off dead. She’ll ask Marla and get the correct answer. Trust.

  26. GuestwithCat says:

    I don’t know much about Nigeria except to know they once had an advanced city, Benin City, that had no crime and was a model of civil engineering when England was a cess pit with human waste running down its streets. Then the British came and burned this magnificent city down to the ground in retaliation for the killing of a British expedition who entered the city despite being told not to. The British basically ended a thriving sovereign kingdom as is their habit and then their descendants went on to spend all of the 1900’s-2000’s claiming Africans can’t manage themselves or be “civilized” without white oversight.

    I didn’t know Nigeria was currently being exploited by Lebanese nationals until @Nina Simone just told us so. So my first thought that someone described as “Nigerian” was that they would be a black, native Nigerian.

    I don’t know what to think about Tiffany. She was doing so well growing up away from her father. But I guess the grifter genes got the better of her.

    I won’t say anything mean about her looks because I know what it’s like having everyone who knows you point out you don’t have even a shadow of your mother’s beauty. I think it’s admirable that Tiffany does the best she can with what she’s got, and it must be awful to be related to such shallow beings who likely have made her feel compelled to change a lot about herself and not for the better. She has poor examples of human beings to model herself after, so even if she has innate kindness, as is reputed, I don’t have much hope for her.

    • Lulu says:

      Nigeria is not being ‘exploited by Lebanese people.’ This is a gross and overreaching statement. Lebanese people are smart educated hard workers that, more often than not, do quite well no matter where they are in the world thanks to their perseverance. In addition their own country has seen much trouble, unrest and occupation by many foreign forces, including Europeans. Please do not spread ignorance and misinformation just because you read something in a comment on a blog. Do some reading on the subject if you are interested to learn more. FYI Michael Boulos was born in Texas, and he’s half French, so I’m not sure why he’s being billed as Nigerian or Lebanese. Neither of these are accurate depictions.

      • Linda says:

        @lulu
        I am Nigerian living in Nigeria and Lebanese people are known for being unscrupulous and shady business people with poor treatment of their workers. Obviously it’s not all of them and there are many honest ones but this stereotype did not come out of the blues.

      • GuestwithCat says:

        Lulu. Nobody is saying every Lebanese person in Nigeria is exploiting the country. Or that the Lebanese as a people are problematic when they leave their country.

        But it can be true, as it has been for many other nations, that some opportunists among the Lebanese, are moving en masse to take advantage of a situation. It’s actually more likely if certain individuals are trying to lift themselves out of dire circumstances at home that a few among them may not be mitigating negative impacts. This is seen often when people from one country go into another to take up opportunities to enrich themselves. Without being born into the indigenous culture it can be easy to make missteps with harsh consequences for the people native to the country. It’s not a Lebanese problem, it’s a human problem.

        And if there is a Nigerian person here saying that some exploitation is taking place and the person specifically discussed in this article just happens to get involved in one of the most notoriously corrupt families in the USA, I think it’s fair speculation this one particular person may be a prime example of the issue Nina is speaking of.

        If you want to talk about how I should not pay heed to comments on a blog, it’s actually pretty awful to accuse Nigerians of murdering Lebanese in their country out of “jealousy”. Why should I believe that? That’s a common accusation against Africans in their own countries when non-indigenous citizens or residents get murdered: Jealousy. Why can’t it be something else? Why always that particular accusation that implies superiority of the non indigenous victim (that the indigenous person would have cause for jealousy)? I could understand greed, resentment, indignation, even xenophobia on the part of indigenous Nigerians against outsiders, especially after the catastrophic loss of their civilization at the hands of the British. But it’s “jealousy” that’s the go-to accusation. You’re not even close to the first I’ve heard go to jealousy as an excuse. So I’m not picking on you. I’m side eying that particular reason because it’s over used and I don’t think it truly explains everything at work in the Nigerian point of view.

      • PrincessK says:

        I think there are elements of truth in all the comments. But the truth is that Nigerians need to stop colluding with certain Chinese and Lebanese to destroy the Nigerian economy. In some ways it is like a form of colonialism all over again. People need to learn from history…no more excuses.

      • Anna says:

        I commented up-thread about this better than I can say it again here but people’s experiences are valid. This is not accusing an entire group of people but rightfully acknowledging that there is a deep problem with elitism and abuse by Lebanese people of Black/Nigerians. As others have mentioned, acknowledging the truth does not mean it’s everyone, but truth is truth. I know what I experienced and others have co-signed here about this in other countries.

        And thank you @GuestwithCat x100000. This “jealousy” reference you responded to tells the whole story. As if! Using “jealousy” is a big tell about the perception of the writer as to racial and cultural hierarchy that erases any amount of defense they may have given on this subject. No, Nigerians just want to be treated with respect in their own damn country.

  27. Watson says:

    OMG. He’s 23?! Buddy needs to run the hell away from this family. No amount of money is worth your future being tainted by a Trump!!

  28. Keen Kate says:

    Her face looks so odd, what is going on? Overuse of faceshop?
    He’s too young for her.

  29. Kelly Sunshine says:

    I almost hate to admit it, but *sometimes* I feel bad for Tiffany. She will never be good enough in her father’s eyes, and will forever play second fiddle to her older siblings.

    I hate the fact that she is picked on so much because of her weight. (As a fluffy person myself, I WISH I was her size) Just because she’s not stick thin doesn’t mean she’s any less of a person… the sad thing is, I think her father treats her poorly because she’s not what he considers to be the ideal female body type and that has affected her in an awful way. She seems to be willing to stay anything to get in to her dad’s good graces. It’s sad.

    It’s too bad that Marla wasn’t able to keep her from re-entering the Trump family, after raising Tiffany in California. Tiffany would be better off with out them, but right now, she’s just as bad as the rest.

  30. JanetDR says:

    This is just so darn odd all the way around. I’m sort of disappointed in her? Not that I had any expectations.

  31. Tilewa says:

    There is something weird about the way her torso/head look in this picture. I thought the guy’s family had business interest in Nigeria but your header suggests he’s Nigerian ie born there?

  32. Emily says:

    For some reason I thought she was hooking up with Matt “forehead” Gaetz.

    • E.D says:

      I’m pretty sure she’s not the right gender for Gaetz no matter what he would like his party or followers to believe.

  33. Sorella says:

    Ught imagine waking up each morning to her GIANT mouthful of teeth . None of Trumps kids are attractive to me, his genes are strong in them.

  34. Jaded says:

    Well the apple certainly didn’t fall far from the tree. She’s inherited the worst from both mother and father. Marla was a home-wrecker and grifter who saw Donald as a walking wallet. She got him to buy her a starring role in a Broadway play, she swanned around Mar-a-Lago like royalty, she got pregnant before they married (probably deliberately because she was sick of being the official girlfriend). Then there’s daddy – enough said. Kid has bad genes despite Marla raising her away from the spotlight.

  35. Aimee says:

    So much for her law degree.

  36. RoyalBlue says:

    he is too young to be getting married. when he is 38 he will be living somewhere else doing something else, surrounded by a different family with different customs. i hope she is prepared for all these possible changes to come.

  37. Elizabeth Kerri Mahon says:

    Well, it looks like Tiffany found her own version of Jared Kushner. He might be a nice young man, but there is something about him that is giving me creepy vibes.

  38. Lizzie says:

    This feels typical trump sketchy.

  39. Katebush says:

    Eww I just expanded the header picture and I wish I hadn’t her face looks really weird. It doesn’t look real! Is that just too much Makeup and filters??

    But her head is so round?! Doesn’t look natural. U fortunately for her she’s got that receding chin which does her no favours but she’d look a ton better if she’d laid off all the makeup

    I used to give Tiffany the benefit of the doubt because she used to stay out of the limelight but not any more .. she’s a grifter like the rest of them.

  40. Winnie Cooper’s Mom says:

    Her face is beyond jacked from all the surgeries. Money can’t always buy you a better face. Bless her heart.

  41. L4frimaire says:

    Do his parents know he did this? Iron clad prenup, stat!

  42. Julia K says:

    When Tiffany was in college, about 20 hrs of age, Vanity Fair had a picture of her poolside, in a tiny bathing suit. She was very slender. Tiny, even. I wonder if years of strict dieting and food deprivation, in order to please Daddy, has resulted in screwed up metabolism. Adding to this might be medication, such as birth control. The added stress of law school might be a factor as well. Feel for her.

  43. Natasha says:

    He’s not going to marry her. I bet she’s just a temporary trophy to him, he’s trying to use Trump somehow.

    • Lanie says:

      He’s got to be pretty low in life to think this food stained aluminum foil known as Tiffany Trump is a trophy.

  44. Coco says:

    “Sir, I’d like your permission to marry your daughter.”
    “Goddamnit Jared, today of all days you try to make a joke? You’ve been married to my daughter for years!”

  45. The Recluse says:

    Who in their right mind would marry into this family NOW?!
    I bet Marla is super proud of her though: she’s marrying money just like Mommy and Daddy might not have all the much money in the near future. Golddigging must be a family trait with those two.

  46. MaryContrary says:

    Starter marriage.

  47. Liz version 700 says:

    I cannot imagine willingly marrying into this family. I mean best of luck?

  48. NYStateofMind says:

    I think he most likely did ask her father, which is nice. I always felt bad for her. Not a fan of her father, hopefully this made her happy.

    • Erinn says:

      Do people still do that? I got engaged at 23 and married at 24 in 2014 – I can assure you no permission was requested. I’d actually have been annoyed it it had been.

  49. NYStateofMind says:

    I think he most likely did ask her father, which is nice. I always felt bad for her. Not a fan of her father, hopefully this made her happy.

  50. Justjj says:

    It’s weird how her head is perfectly round. That’s all I’ve got.

  51. J.Mo says:

    He’s standing like her father in the engagement shot, lifts in his shoes?

  52. Sunnyvale says:

    Yikes they couldn’t make a more convincing picture to make us believe they are a real couple!! The guy is more robatic than kushner